Canada Jetlines, Latest Airline to Enter the Crowded Field, Lands First Flight

The next airline hoping to pose a threat to the country’s Air Canada-WestJet duopoly has landed its inaugural flight.
Canada Jetlines’ first flight departed out of Toronto Pearson International Airport Thursday morning and arrived in Calgary International Airport to speeches and a ribbon cutting ceremony.
The new startup airline, headquartered in Mississauga, Ont., is offering service between Toronto’s Pearson International Airport and Calgary International Airport twice weekly.
Canada Jetlines bills itself as an “all-Canadian, value-focused leisure carrier.” While Toronto-Calgary is its only scheduled route right now, the company’s chief commercial offer, Duncan Bureau, said the airline plans to service the leisure market both domestically and trans border with flights to the Caribbean and the Americas….

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